outwardly there

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  • Outwardly there is no great difference between a Christian and any honest man. Cited from Commentary on Galatians, Martin Luther
  • Outwardly there was nothing very unusual about the clock itself. Cited from Till the Clock Stops, by John Joy Bell
  • Heat and power had been restored, and work had been resumed, and outwardly there had been peace. Cited from The Man in the Twilight, by Ridgwell Cullum
  • This gratified him; he knew that outwardly there was nothing left to desire or attain. Cited from The Voice in the Fog, by Harold MacGrath
  • Outwardly there was no change that he could detect, and yet there was a subtle difference in its every aspect. Cited from Quill's Window, by George Barr McCutcheon
  • He looks down at her, and there seems a sudden, nervous expansion in his frame; outwardly there is not the faintest impatient movement. Cited from Six Women, by Victoria Cross
  • Outwardly there was reason enough for discouragement, for, while his co-operative railroad scheme had begun brilliantly, its initial success had not been sustained. Cited from The Iron Trail, by Rex Beach
  • Between the two types an endless diversity prevails, but outwardly there are limits which are never transgressed. Cited from Species and Varieties, by Hugo DeVries
  • Outwardly there was a splendid civilization as is shown by the monuments. Cited from The Bible Period by Period, by Josiah Blake Tidwell
  • Outwardly there was an esprit de corps, and the parishioners came to church, and took an interest in the proceedings; but it was easy to see that their hearts were elsewhere. Cited from From Death into Life, by William Haslam
  • Outwardly there was not much difference -- he still kept a magnificent table, and entertained nobles and knights at his banquets; but his self-discipline was secretly carried to a far greater extent than before. Cited from Cameos from English History, by Charlotte M. Yonge
  • But outwardly there was little to justify it. Cited from The History of David Grieve, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • Outwardly there was as yet no rupture between my father and the minister, and it must have been for the purpose of manifesting this publicly that during the sheriff's visit my father was invited over to the minister's two or three times. Cited from The Visionary, by Jonas Lie
  • Outwardly there was nothing remarkable about him, nothing to distinguish him from the thousands of other lads in khaki that were to be seen everywhere one went, erect, trim, lovably conceited. Cited from The Camp Fire Girls Do Their Bit, by Hildegard G. Frey
  • Outwardly there was often much ceremony, even distance between them; inwardly, each was exploring the other, and Julie's attitude towards Delafield was becoming more uncertain, more touched with emotion. Cited from Lady Rose's Daughter, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • Outwardly there was but slight change in Owen Clancy. Cited from The Earth Trembled, by E.P. Roe
  • Yet as plainly as though he had spoken Landor recognised the difference, realised as well that while outwardly there would be no change, from this moment on so long as they both lived the confidence of the Indian would be as dead to him as though he had ceased to exist. Cited from Where the Trail Divides, by Will Lillibridge
  • Outwardly there was little change in the bearings of the two women; it was only in feminine pinpricks and things implied that Mrs. Marston showed her anger and Hazel her dislike, and it was when he was out that Martha spoke so repeatedly and emphatically of being respectable. Cited from Gone to Earth, by Mary Webb
  • Outwardly there was nothing to see, save the unofficial, bald statement that on August 1st, the latest of twelve fortnightly settlements in this stock, Rubber Consols had been bid for, and carried over, at 15 pounds for one-pound shares. Cited from The Market-Place by Harold Frederic